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Definition of the noun Palaeornis
What does Palaeornis mean as a name of something?
Palaeornis is a genus of Ornithocheiridae, described by Mantell in 1844.
Palaeornis is a genus of Gastornithidae, described by Bonaparte in 1856.
Palaeornis is a genus of Psittacidae, described by Vigors in 1825.
- synonym: genus Palaeornis
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Chordata
- class: Aves
- order: Psittaciformes
- family: Psittacidae
Palaeornis is a kind of Psittaculidae, described by Salvadorii Oustalet in 1893.
Phrases with Palaeornis
- Palaeornis Rosaceus
- Genus Palaeornis
- Pflegeriella Palaeornis
- Neopsittaconirmus Palaeornis
- Species Pflegeriella Palaeornis
- Species Neopsittaconirmus Palaeornis
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A second Parrot, or rather Parrakeet (Palaeornis easul), still exists, but in very small numbers, and the unique specimen known was obtained in the year 1871. With the examples of these Causes of Mascarene Islands before us, it extirp" the period just mentioned was long subsequent to that in. is not without reason that we suppose a like fate to have befallen many of the feathered inhabitants of other places exposed to similar ravages. We cannot read the accounts not merely of the ...
Sinhalese English Dictionary (1982)
by B. Clough
<8d5 giraw, (gentu palaeornis order Psittaci) (605, Gird, s. vomiting; parrot; colour blue; speech. <8c5 if®, Gird-amba, see <8<5G> giramba.
Encyclopaedia Britannica0 (1875)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature. Ath - Boi
A second Parrot, or rather Parrakeet (Palaeornis ...
The Imperial Dictionary (1861)
English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie
f Ring-tailed Perroquet, Palaeornis Alexandri. mon parrots, but have longer tails. There are numerous species inhabiting Asia and Australia. The most interesting species is the ring-perroquet (Palaeornis Alexandri), waxant, ancient, and egris, bird. This species is believed to have been brought by Alexander the Great from the East, hence its generic and specific name. PER'RY,f n. [Sax. perie..] A pear- tree or its fruit. PER'RY,+ n. See PIRRY. PERSAUNT, f \ppr. [Fr. percant.] PER'S ANT,f ...
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
Vigors's genus Palaeornis, and are found only in Asia and Australia, excepting one species, which occurs both in Asia ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1858)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
Palaeornis, Vig. ; Trichoglossus, Vig. and Hors. ; Lorius, Vig. ; Brotogeris, Vig. 5. Sub-fam. Psittaculina. Gen. Psittacula, Kuhl. 3D FAMILY. Picidae.—Gen. Pogonias, Ill. ; Bucco, Auct. ; Picus, Linn.; Colaptes, Swains. ; Yunx, Linn. (Torquilla, Briss.). 4th FAMILY. CERTHIADAE.-Gen. Dendrocolaptes, Herm. (Dendrocopus, Vieill.); Certhia, Auct. ; Climacteris, Temm. ; Orthonyx, Temm.; Tichodroma, Ill. ( Petrodroma, Vieill.); ...
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1873)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People
(Palaeornis Alexandri) belongs. It is about the size of a common pigeon, green, with a red collar, whence its name Ring P., and is a native of the Warbling Grass or Zebra Parrakeet (Melopsittacus undulatus). | East Indies. It is said to have been brought to Europe by some of the members of Alexander the urity and finish ; but it ...
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Scrabble value of P3A1L1A1E1O1R1N1I1S1
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